From: Allen J. Newton <anewton@al...> - 2003-07-29 02:56:00
As of about a week ago, I noticed that the CVS version of xine seems to be
leaving a file called "xine-ui_old_playlist.tox" in my .xine directory,
resulting in xine wanting to show what I last watched, instead of what I
specify on the command line.
This behaviour continues with the latest CVS download as of today.
Anyone have any idea why this is happening?
Allen J. Newton (anewton@...)
From: Daniel Caujolle-Bert <segfault@cl...> - 2003-07-29 06:00:16
Le mar 29/07/2003 =E0 04:53, Allen J. Newton a =E9crit :
> As of about a week ago, I noticed that the CVS version of xine seems to=
> leaving a file called "xine-ui_old_playlist.tox" in my .xine directory,
> resulting in xine wanting to show what I last watched, instead of what =
> specify on the command line.
xine-ui store the current playlist when you leave it, and it will
reload it if you start xine without any mrl in the command line (there
is also the -E optarg to disable it temporary). Note: this feature was
turned on by default, then turned off. In your case, you have to disable
it using the setup window.
If you want to use everytime some special command line argument, i
suggest you to use the ~/.xine/xinerc file (see man page).
73's de Daniel, F1RMB.
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